The International Maritime Museum is also a relatively unique place. An institution designed by an international organization in Hamburg, this maritime museum can see a lot of introductions to the early European seas.
Hamburg is a very important port city in Germany. The red exterior of the International Maritime Museum is very eye-catching. There are very detailed information about the history of Germany and Europe, it is worth visiting
The large-scale maritime museum also has large exhibits, which is eye-opening. This is also the warehouse city that Hamburg has spent a lot of money to renovate. The richness of ship models and navigation-related creations can fully understand the history of human navigation.
This is one for those who love ships, and naval history. The Internationales Maritimes Museum in Hamburg has a big collection of model ships, art, uniforms & photographs, housed in Hamburg's oldest preserved warehouse!
There are many reasons to visit this museum, even if you are not interested in ships and harbors. It's housed in one of the city's oldest warehouses and features nine floors or themed exhibits. You'll want to figure out which topics interest you most and hit those first otherwise museum fatigue will set in fast.
Every aspect of navigation is explored in depth over the nine floors of the International Maritime Museum. You may need to have a deep interest in such matters in order to properly enjoy it. But there is a little something for nearly everyone, including miniature models of vessels ranging from the middle ages till today as well as design information on different types of ships like fishing, war, travel, etc. Military history buffs will find a lot to enjoy and if nothing else, marvel at the model of the Queen Mary 2 made from 780,000 Lego bricks.